Police in the philippines has killed this Wednesday to a Spanish citizen for 32 years during an operation against drugs in Siargao, one of the islands of the asian country, according to confirmed to Efe sources of the police force. The deceased, Diego Bello, had a number of businesses related to tourism and resided temporarily in this island situated 800 kilometers southeast of the capital, Manila, and very popular among surfers.
The Embassy of Spain in Manila, is compiling information on the event and has not wanted to make any comment on which might be the first Spanish kill in the bloody drug war in the asian country. Human rights organizations have reported that police philippine falsifies evidence to justify extrajudicial executions in this campaign, which began three years ago under the term of president Rodrigo Duterte.
United Nations and human rights advocates have criticized the climate of impunity in the campaign against drugs, which have killed about 30,000 people, most in extrajudicial executions at the hands of the police. The Police has admitted to have killed in raids to 6,700 suspects, although they argue that all of them resisted the arrest.Date Of Update: 08 January 2020, 14:00